Fellowships

In line with the blog’s mission to foster a sense of community amongst early Americanists, we offer this regularly updated clearinghouse of fellowship and funding opportunities for graduate students and junior faculty in early American-related fields. If you know of a fellowship relevant to early Americanists that is not listed, please contribute by leaving a link in the comments below or use the contact form on our About page to submit the information.

Coordinating Council for Women in History & Berkshire Conference of Women’s History, “Graduate Student Fellowship,” due September 15.

Coordinating Council for Women in History & Berkshire Conference of Women’s History, “Ida B. Wells Graduate Student Fellowship,” due September 15.

Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, Short-Term Fellowships, due November 1, 2014.

Huntington Library, Short and Long-Term Fellowships, due November 15, 2014.

American Philosophical Society, Franklin Research Grants (non-residential), due October 1 and December 1, 2014.

Fred W. Smith National Library at Mount Vernon, Long-Term and Short-Term Fellowships, due December 31, 2014.

New-York Historical Society, Klingenstein Short-Term Fellowships, due January 3, 2015.

New-York Historical Society (and The New School), Bernard and Irene Schwartz Postdoctoral Fellowships, due January 3, 2015.

Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture, Lapidus-OIEAHC Fellowship for Graduate Research in Early American Print Culture, due January 15, 2015.

Harvard University, Houghton Library Visiting Fellowships (short-term), due January 16, 2015.

American Philosophical Society, Library Resident Research Fellowship (short-term), due March 2, 2015.

David Library of the American Revolution, Resident Research Fellowships (short-term), due March 7, 2015.

Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, Short-Term Fellowships, due May 1, 2015.

3 comments on “Fellowships

  1. There will be two open postdoctoral fellowships at the Center for Presidential History at Southern Methodist University for 2015-2016. These are one-year fellowships, with the expectation of a second-year renewal. The CPH defines the study of the presidency and executive power in the broadest terms possible.

    Keep an eye out on H-Net and our website below for the official announcement in the coming weeks. http://www.smu.edu/CPH/Research/PostdoctoralFellowships

    • I usually hold off on adding them to the list until the application due date is added or updated. So I’ll be sure to add this as soon as the official announcement comes out. Thanks for the heads up!

  2. Postdoc at the SMU Center for Presidential History has been officially posted. Here’s the link to our website – http://blog.smu.edu/cph/2014/09/17/2015-2016-postdoc/

    It can also be found on the websites of H-Net, AHA, and Chronicle

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